I was just having so much fun with the minus-15 temperatures and 20 mph winds last month that I just forgot to write an article. Well, the last part is true. Things have been mundane around here — unroll hay, break ice and fill water tanks.
It’s been great so far this December to do chores without having to break the ice on the energy-free waterers we use here. Pretty much all fieldwork has been done by now around here.
Working with the goat herd at Hummel Livestock has resulted in Chase Hummel winning the National FFA agricultural proficiency award in the area of goat production — entrepreneurship/placement.
After completing his training to become a radio technician for the U.S. Army, David Boelkens had orders to go to Hawaii, but when he got to California his orders were changed to Vietnam.
Jeremy Rutledge is proud of his service to his country, he’s proud of returning to the family farm, but what he’s most proud of is being a father and husband.
With an aim to challenge the status quo, Precision Planting opened its Precision Technology Institute five years ago. The farm that focuses completely on research has since hosted visitors from across the globe.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is extending the deadline for the new Organic Dairy Marketing Assistance Program to Aug. 11.
Four outstanding FFA students were selected as State Stars at the 94th annual Indiana FFA State Convention.
Years of working on FFA projects resulted in four FFA members selected as Star winners during 95th annual Illinois Association FFA State Convention.
FFA members who have developed exceptional projects will be introduced during the 95th Annual Illinois FFA State Convention, set for June 13-15.
Five district finalists for the Star in Agricultural Placement award will be honored on the stage of the Illinois FFA Convention.
They might be family, their moms are sisters, but when it comes to FFA, Emma Dinges and Natalie Pratt go their own way.
Lambing and kidding season may typically be associated with springtime, but more and more producers are shifting to get newborns on the ground earlier.
Bringing a couple old newspaper articles with him to the podium to prove his point, Gov. Eric Holcomb told the Indiana Farm Bureau State Convention that Indiana’s story is the chronicle of agriculture in the state.
Remember when you were a kid and your parents said your missing dog or cat had gone to live on a farm? Believe it or not, that farm actually exists — sort of.